Charles M. Blow has been a New York Times Op-Ed columnist since 2008. His column appears on Monday and Thursday.
Doing the right thing now doesn't erase your past.
By Charles M. Blow
The answer is “yes,” and that’s not a radical statement.
Sometimes we misjudge the meaning of events unfolding around us.
The fight for equality doesn’t end after a single conviction.
How I’m changing my perspective on life.
Society has become horribly desensitized to police killings of Black men.
This racist theory is rooted in white supremacist panic.
Our legal system allows for extrajudicial killings by the police without real consequence.
There’s a through-line from a noose on the neck to a knee on the neck.
The spot in Minneapolis where George Floyd was killed speaks to those who visit.